Import Calendar from CSV File to Office 365 Calendar

Hello Experts,
   We are an Office 365 customer and we have meeting room signs that will read the Office 365 Calendars for our rooms.  We are using a web-based meeting room solution for booking these rooms.  We can export the calendars out with a variety of information, and in CSV (or similar) format.

   I would like to be able to have a way to import these events into a room calendar in Office 365.  So far, I have not found a solution to this issue and was hoping that someone here could suggest a PowerShell, batch file or even a third-party product solution to importing these calendars on a schedule.

Thank you all in advance!
Cedar Crest CollegeAsked:
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
You can use some EWS based script, such as the one here:

Or you can do it one at a time via Outlook.

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Cedar Crest CollegeAuthor Commented:
Vasil - thank you for the link, I am going to try it this afternoon or tomorrow and see.  It looks like it should work!
Cedar Crest CollegeAuthor Commented:
OK - so I am making progress, but am currently hung up on running the script...

When I run it I get:

Exception calling "AutodiscoverUrl" with "1" argument(s): "Autodiscover
blocked a potentially insecure redirection to To allow
Autodiscover to follow the redirection, use the AutodiscoverUrl(string,
AutodiscoverRedirectionUrlValidationCallback) overload."
At H:\Import-CalendarCSV.ps1:120 char:3
+         $service.AutodiscoverUrl($EmailAddress);
+         ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    + CategoryInfo          : NotSpecified: (:) [], ParentContainsErrorRecordE
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : AutodiscoverLocalException

I can't seem to figure out how to use AutodiscoverURl?

Any help would be great!

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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
Do not use Autodiscover. The EWS URL for O365 is well known:

Provide it with the -EWSURL parameter
Bruce SarteCommented:
I will give that a try on Monday - strange that it would default to autodiscover to a non-working URL..
Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
The URL is working, the method however requires some special handling as you are being redirected from one site to another and switching from HTTP to HTTPS. And the script does not handle that. Much easier to simply use the hardcoded value.
Cedar Crest CollegeAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your help, using the -EWSUrl did the trick!
Cedar Crest CollegeAuthor Commented:
With a little modification, the script did the trick.  Thanks!
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